Social Media Related Tweets and Insights

From my Twitter account:

  • Google Reader: how to add a "send to" option for Google Bookmarks http://bit.ly/gjCiU - Shift + T is the keyboard shortcut for "Send To" in Google Reader http://bit.ly/jTbMu - Download Your Google Reader Stories as PDF via the ‘Send To’ Option.

  • NEJM perspective: Practicing Medicine in the Age of Facebook http://bit.ly/1S5ksd - A very limited view but worth-reading nonetheless. It's always interesting how different people read different things in NEJM (& other journals) perspective articles depending on their background. The full text of the NEJM article "Practicing Medicine in the Age of Facebook" is available from... NEJM Facebook fan page http://bit.ly/Pnasr - Is Facebook healthy for doctor-patient relationship? http://bit.ly/maTD5 - It depends how you use it. A practice with a Facebook "fan" page may be OK.

  • "World's Most prolific medical teacher" is on Twitter @SeeFisch http://twitter.com/seeFisch

  • The RSS aggregator PeRSSonalized Medicine helps you make "your own medical journal" http://ff.im/-6zftv - also iGoogle http://bit.ly/lCfQY

  • Microblogging/Twitter could be a protocol not a website http://bit.ly/19r5nQ - It is, just so few people uses the other websites... :)

  • The Evolution of Blogging http://bit.ly/58ePW

  • Beware of Advice from Meta Careerists: best advice on networking comes from someone who isn't a professional networker http://bit.ly/188Rc9

  • Photo: President Barack greets the family of newly appointed FCC Chairman http://bit.ly/x87kG

  • Diagram: How The Average U.S. Consumer Spends Their Paycheck http://bit.ly/3sMLIZ

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